Honeymoon Accommodation in Scotland

Thinking of spending your honeymoon in Scotland? Explore the romantic wilds of the Scottish Highlands and Islands with our expert guide to the best honeymoon accommodation in Scotland.

From a remote lodge on the isle of Skye and a luxury honeymoon hotel in the Cairngorms, to a log cabin with a hot tub on the far north coast, or a chalet near Loch Ness - Scotland offers some of the best accommodation for a honeymoon in the UK.

Choose to spend this special time together in Scotland and book into your dream honeymoon accommodation.

Luxury Honeymoon Hotels

Want to spend your time cuddled up in front of a roaring log fire in a luxurious hotel suite? Here is our pick of a few of the most romantic and luxurious hotels for a honeymoon in bonnie Scotland.

  • Pool House, Poolewe - on the banks of Loch Ewe in wild and remote Wester Ross sits The Pool House. More a family home than a hotel, Pool House offers three luxury honeymoon suites - all with spectacular sea views. Nearby, go whale watching, kayaking on Loch Ewe, or explore some of the world's best beaches at Red Point and Big Sands.
  • Three Chimneys and the House Over-By, Isle of Skye - a string of tiny whitewashed croft cottages perched out on Loch Dunvegan hides the Three Chimneys - one of Scotland's best destination restaurants. Next door to the restaurant is the House Over-By where each of the huge suites has views over the loch, shabby-chic interiors and a guaranteed table for dinner.
  • The Fife Arms, Braemar - looking for something dramatic? Check into a suite at The Fife Arms in the Cairngorms. These Royal Suites have four poster beds and the hotel is stuffed full of antiques, art and lots of charm. The hotel is surrounded by the stunning Cairngorms National Park, so pull on your wellies and explore.
  • Gleneages Hotel, Auchterader - world renowned, The Gleneagles Hotel offers everything you'd expect in a luxury honeymoon hotel in Scotland. You'll find a two-star Michelin restaurant, three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa and access to lots of Scottish country pursuits.

Self-Catering Cottages and Honeymoon Lodges in Scotland

Looking for the perfect base to explore Scotland on your honeymoon? Then choose a gorgeous self-catering cottage, a honeymoon lodge or luxury log cabin in Scotland just for two. Here are a few of our favourites:

  • Eagle Brae, Beauly - surrounded by ancient Caledonian pine forests and soaring mountains are the beautiful Cedar lodges at Eagle Brae. Sit on the deck of your cabin, a glass of wine in hand and keep an eye out for wildlife. You'll see wandering red deer, Eagle Brae's own goats, and wheeling birds of prey, to name a few. Loch Ness and Glen Affric are nearby too, if you can drag yourself away from your cabin.
  • The Boat House at The Torridon Hotel - with uninterrupted views across Loch Torridon to Beinn Eighe and Lialath, two of Scotland's most dramatic mountains, you can't get a much more spectacular honeymoon cottage in Scotland than the Boat House at The Torridon. The cottage is self-catering, but the hotel's restaurant, 1887, is right next door, and you have access to the hotel's range of on-site adventure activities too.
  • The Boatshed at Ardanaiseig - Loch Awe is one of Scotland's most famous lochs and perched on the lochside is The Ardanaiseig Hotel Boatshed with stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Borrow one of Ardnanisaig's fishing boats and go for a sail across the loch to dramatic Kilchurn Castle.

Honeymoon Lodges With a Hot Tub in Scotland

Fancy lazing in a wood-fired hot tub in the forest or an outdoor bath just for two? Hot tubs are all about romance. Here's our pick of the best honeymoon lodges with a hot tub in Scotland.

  • The Hideaway Experience, Dundee - above the arty-cool city of Dundee is The Hideaway Experience, featuring four luxury honeymoon cabins with hot tubs. More like miniature boutique hotels than log cabins, the hideaway is complete with a spa bathroom and a wood burning stove in the bedroom - all the lavish luxuries you need for a romantic honeymoon in Scotland.
  • Croft 103, Durness - on the far north coast of Scotland is Croft 103; two eco-cottages built into the hillside. Hill Cottage and Shore Cottage have floor to ceiling windows, luxury décor, and outdoor roll-top bathtubs - perfect for stargazing.
  • Woodman's Hut, Lazy Duck - hidden in the woods in the Cairngorms is The Lazy Duck, a collection of off-grid cabins. The Woodsman's Hut offers seclusion with only red squirrels (and a few lazy ducks!) for company. The best bit? Lazy Duck's wood-fired hot tub is out in the woods - so light the candles, grab a glass of fizz and relax among the trees.

Remote Honeymoon Cabins in Scotland

You don't need to go off the grid to really get away from it all on your honeymoon. Here is our pick of the best honeymoon cabins for a remote adventure.

  • Mint Croft, Skye - on north-west Skye, with views to Harris and the Outer Hebrides, is Mint Croft, two luxury traditional Hebridean Blackhouses with turf roofs and one metre thick walls. The croft might be remote, but just 5 miles away is Loch Bay, the Isle of Skye's Michelin-starred restaurant, as well as the oldest pub on Skye, the Stein Inn.
  • Knoydart Hide, Knoydart Peninsula - accessed only by a 17km walk or by boat from Mallaig, The Knoydart Hide is a gorgeous honeymoon cottage hidden away in the forest with its own sauna and outdoor hot tub with incredible views. Nearby is mainland Britain's most remote pub and seafood restaurant - so you won't go hungry!
  • Brockloch, Dumfries - ever thought of spending your honeymoon in a treehouse?
    Brockloch is an unusual gem hidden away near Dumfries, sitting in a bluebell-filled wood surrounded by trees. There might be no TV or wifi but outside your door is the gorgeous rolling hills of south-west Scotland. Why not visit the town of Kirkcudbright, Scotland's book town at Wigtown, or have a romantic stroll in the Galloway Forest Park?
  • Uist Forest Retreat - looking for truly unique honeymoon accommodation? The Uist Forest Retreat offers three round houses perched high above the trees on the island of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. Spot sea eagles and little owls from the floor to ceiling windows whilst lazing in your roll top bath.

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